Capacity Building Programme in Social Science Research

 

Applications are invited for the following two Capacity Development Programmes organised by the Institute.

  • Capacity Building Programme for Scholars belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) (During March 15-17, 2018)
  • Capacity Building Programme for Scholars belonging to Scheduled Tribes (ST) (During March 22-24, 2018)

Both the programmes are intended to scholars interested in social science research including teachers working in Colleges, Universities and Institutions. The Institute will reimburse travel expenses and provide accommodation to outstation participants. Seats are limited and only shortlisted participants will be contacted. Application can be made online by visiting the Institute’s website. Alternatively, the applications with CV can be sent via post and/or email. Last date for receiving applications for both the Programmes is February 28, 2018.

  • Online application for Capacity Building Programme for Scheduled Caste (online application closed)
  • Online application for Capacity Building Programme for Scheduled Tribes (online application closed)
  • Journal

    ISSN:0975-4016

    The Institute's journal Social Change and Development intends to provide an academic platform to scholars belonging to the the northeastern region of India as well as outside to project issues focused particularly on the region, express their views and analyse the issues putting them in proper perspective, both historically and as guidelines for the future. However, issues cutting across the region are also welcome. More...

  • Digital Archive

    Brochure

    The Institute's Digital Archive is a repository of documents pertaining to the social movements of the region. Presently the archive has about thousand policy documents besides about 3000 original texts produced by the groups spearheading political movements, newspapers and magazines with ideological tilts, little-magazines which are not to be found easily and newspaper clippings collected by organizations and individuals. More...